The Guardian – ‘EU braces for PM’s response on NI’
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The Guardian – EU braces for PM’s response on NI’
The Guardian reports that the EU was last night “preparing for the worst” amid fears and signs that Boris Johnson could reject their offer. The chances of a compromise appear low, the paper says, because of the disagreement over whether the European Court of Justice should be the arbiter of EU law in Northern Ireland. A three-week deadline for talks on the new proposals has been set.
The Guardian reports that the EU was last night “preparing for the worst” amid fears and signs that Boris Johnson could reject their offer.
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The Guardian says a UK PE teacher who has pioneered new ways of teaching sports to visually impaired children at a special needs school in Liverpool has been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious global teacher prize.
The Guardian says employers’ groups representing more than a quarter of jobs in Britain have called on Rishi Sunak to cut business rates.
The Guardian describes the EU’s offer to remove customs checks on goods as an “olive branch”, and that the bloc is seeking “to turn the page on the rancorous relationship with Boris Johnson”.
The Guardian says the UK government always intended to “ditch” the Northern Ireland protocol, Boris Johnson’s former adviser Dominic Cummings has claimed.